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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898102801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXV11. DANVILLE. INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY., FRIDAY. OCTOBER 28. 1898. NO. 68 MATRIMONIAL The Dulnologlan Society of Cuntro Collt'KO will linvo an open hesMoti Fri day evonlnjr. There will bo a Kiuno of base-baFriday afternoon botwecn Centre College and Kentucky University. The W. C. T. U. wJll hold ltn month-l- y meeting with Mnt. Granville Cecil utClemenH House, Saturday afternoon. Dr. Mel'erran la preaching to uu ovldonco of his popularity. The meeting continues to grow In ll crow-houb- uddrOMi Dr. W. C. Roberts will deliver an at the V. M. C. hall Sunday nftoYiioon. All young men cordially Invited. The photographer, W. IC. Singleton, of Lexington, who was dntfsrmisly , was formwounded by Major a resident of Danville. erly The Harlow Ilro's Minstrel nave a very good performance at opsra house Monday evening. The street parade and music were unusually good. A. M. Tennyson had one of hlrf numbed at the plaiting mill, and had to be amputated. This Is very it unfortutmto aa he la u carpenter by Cut-sontin-go- rs trade. os-oaj- Little Laliello Gtiihwilor entertained s Monday her klmlorgarten afternoon. Mrs. Charles Fox entertained at luncheon Wednesday In honor of Mrs. M. D. Moore, tho guest of Mrs. K. W. Green. Miss Fads, of Ashland, Is with Mrs. Georgia Duncan. Miss Sue McRoberts entertained tho Whist Club Wednesday evening. Miss es Nettle' Scott and Mary Wlosor, of Lexington, are visiting Miss Dcsslc Dunlap. Mrs. Hugh Ross Adams loft Monday night for Corinth, Mississippi. class-mate- Mr. Thomas Fox had a narrow Monday morning, lie was knocked down by a carriage while crossing the street, but fortunately escaped with only a few bruises. Mrs. Marlon Huffman, who lives near Danville, was seriously hurt by some unknown substance striking her In tho brent while sitting by the lire. ent. It U supposed some explosive was in I'ulaski It. ovldontly the fighting thu coal, from the loud report and the ground In Judge Jones' opinion. Ho is room being tilled with smoke and a?h- - down for a doxon speeches In the county and many other republicans, Including Many woro prevented from attendtho ing tho ontortainuiont at tho opera will groat AtUyncy General Taylor, seak for him before Nov. S. Hut Iioumi Tuesday uvoniug by the storm notwithstanding all this speechifying and rain which foil In torrents, but thero is apathy in tho republican ranks those who did go were m greatly pleas-w- l and It seeuiH about as hard to Infuse that Mrs. Mooro has been solicited enthusiasm as it is for a rich man to to roHiat lior description? and recitaenter thu bleeped beyond. There seoms tions of old tlmo life on tho Southern little doubt about Hob?on bolng the plantation. very dis- next appellate judge from thatdlstrlct. What might have proved a The happiest astrous Are was discovered In time and speech Monday aud most appropriate wa3 that of Mr. W. O. company. Some stopped by the tire Newell, who introduced Senator Hlackone passing the grocery of Mr. Woods burn. He Is a warm friend both of on Main Street tit? ar Centra Kentucky gave Mr. Hiackburn and tho cause ho reprecarriage factory, saw the lire and sents and the alarm. It Is thought that It start! his tlmoly much feeling was manifest in talk. on the Pholf botwuon from fromo matches grocery and a restaurant. Goods ha-The death of Cashier .las. A. McGeo th cast a gloom oro Somerset. He and building both InsutW. was a splendid gentleman, popular with Miss Nancy Hugualy entertained chis-e- s and t& Midi) missed. Joe GibWednesday afternoon In honor of Miss all son, who is only JJ.i years old, lias been Florwnoe Chenault, of Richmond. Mrs. elected in his place and now two of tho Craft and the Misros Craft , w.t IJvll.. yoHitgtot bank cashiers in the Slate Springs, who hnr been the gufest of R. Mr. IV 1. Jacobs, have returned home. live inofthat town he and Mr. Co. G. the Somerset Hanking u Hal), Mb lCllxa Hunton Caldwell had At last Somerset has adopted standhoueu party Monday and Tuoi-dnS. S." and a few ard time something she should have thu"L. A. done ) ears ago. The day of two times other young ladles. The engagement in a single town Is rapidly dying out. of Miss Catharine Shumate nud Dr. Another death that has 'caused genSplcor, of Ala., Is announced. Mrs of Mrs. eral regret was that Monday of Jooph Judith Cititwt Vn- Is the guest Duncan, one of the staunchest and bost David Kowland. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry men in tho county. Typhoid fever was Caldwell are In Cincinnati. Mrs. Wy-nhis trouble. A wife and sevoral chll Lotolior ontertninod at cards Tuesdren survive. day afternoon in honor of her nolce, An enterprise of which Somerset Is Miss Josephine Reld. Miss Peoblor. Misses Justly proud Is the machine shop of L. of Cliattanooga, is visiting tho E Hunt. Ho works 10 mou Including Lanier. Major Grillfth of General himself and besides being able to repair Sanger's stall spout Sunday with his wife, who Is with Miss Jonul Lee for or make anything from a darning afow'days. Mrs. Dennett, of Frank- needle to a steam engine, he keeps a big stock of supplies on hand. fort, Is the gust of Mrs. Ella I'almor. Probably more people belong to seHumplirey Hudson who is a groat cret orders hero than anv town of its from rhoumatlcm, has gone to Martinsville. MU Ruth Crow, of sUe in Kentucky. Tho Knights of Richmond, is with her aunt, Mrs. Lu- Pythias have a membership of nearly 2U0, while tho Masons, Odd Fellows, cy Welch. Mrs. Cromwoll aud Miss Maccabees, Ac., aro not far behind. Susie Cromwell, of Loxlngton, are the guests of Mrs. John Huguely. An- Notwithstanding this Messrs. J. F. Waters, of Stanford, aud M. D. Hughes, drew Hright has had a rolapse and hi of Lancaster, aro there working like family and friends lira very anxious Trojans for the Maccabees and tho about him. Ho lias been ill with tya month. Fraternal Order of America, tespoc-livelphoid fever for more than - SOMKIISET, POLITICS, BIG COURT AMJ UTHKIl MATTERS. As Is the ease about It!) times out of 100, the fire Somerset sulTered tho first of the year was of benefit to her. In tho place of the struct ures that went up In smoke splendid business houses are now completed and tho proud little city is wonderfully in appearance. Another handsome brick building is be.ng finished up, which further adds to tho looks of public square There only remain a few frame buildings on tho square und If fire does not remove tiium soon. It Is hoped that tho owners will and put modern houses in their stead. Monday wan tho beginning of circuit court and a good was in town. Hon. Joe C. S. Ulitckuiirn, Judges William Holt and W. W. Jones were on hand and each spoke, Judge Jones adilro.-sln-g tho "dear people" in the morning in thu court-housSenator niaokburn and Judge Holt spoke ut the Opera Houto In tho afternoon, whon the former had n Irrgc and enthusiastic crowd. Strange to say, a great many republicans loft when the Senator finished and as tho domocrats did not tarry, Judge Holt had very few listeners. Hoth innde good speeches, but that of Mr. Hlackburn was a gem of oratory and as full of facta aa an oyster Is of moat. Although tho house was jammed the order was such that a pin drop would have been noticed. At tho conclusion of his speech of two hours, a half doxun or more beautiful bouquets wore thrown to him by the Indies prese. MATTERS, NEWS IN THE VICINAGE, .,.,, com-jtosed- of - tt etif-fer- y. THE COMMERCIAL GAZETTE. No weekly published In this country Is more extensively read than tho Cincinnati Weekly Commercial Gazette, which has Jn tho past year been greatly enlarged and Improved In every way. It is tho oldest family newspaper In compactly tho West. Its 10 pages filled with tho most Important news of tho world, and just what tho family llreslde most enjoys. Just think of It 10 pages weekly for less than ono cent per copy. Only CO cents a year. Wo call Bpeelal attention to tho advertisement of tho Weekly Commercial Gazette on another pago of this paper. Now Is tho timo to subscribe. a-- e - Among every 1,000 bachelors thero are 38 criminals; among married men tho ratio Is only 13 per 1,000. j Like most of other towns, Somerset has her jockey row, and It was crowded Monday. A gentleman, who did some trading thore, told mo that not less thau :t(K) swaps were made during the day. Tho election to be held Dec. 10 will In all probability result In a victory for tho wots and ere the train dava of Christmas saloons will again be opened. Thero are those who predict tho vote will be three to ono In favor of liceuso. They claim that whisky is being sold any way and that tho town is in debt and It hnd just as well got some revenue from that source. On account of lack of funds tho police forco has been reduced to a ohlof and ono policeman, and It has been a long time since they have been paid for their services. Tho Reporter has changed hands. Mr. Harnett, who was defeated for the nomination for jailor, and Kirk Hoonc, a brother of Editor Sam Hooue, havo become owuers and will run It "wide-ope- n republican." I predict that Mr. A. A. Lewis, who has had years of experience, will start a democratic paper and do a good business. Hon. John D. White wns billed to speak at thu court-houSaturday, but had no crowd. Ho spoke that night to an uudlence of eight at South Somerset. E. C. V. so W. E. Brndshaw and Miss Grace John McColla. a wealthy Anderson -t -- m-i . -n r-- a re en v- -jjj i Hutler, of Columbia, aro to marry Nov. county farmer, aged 72, died of Bright's i i m t--i i t d laense. Miss Julia Hlackburn Payne and Tho trla'l of J. P. Colycr, for tho Prof. Rico Miller, of Elizabcthtown, murder of Catron, is in progress at wlU marry Nov. 2. Somerset. Charley ColToy and Addle Zackcry, Madison county otllcers sold a block years old, were married at Mrs. of 3112,000 of per cent, bonds In Chieach cago atSLOU. Lou Zackcry's Tuesday. Judge Barr set asido tho sale of the Thomas Hall, of Burlington. III., h only 23 years old and has just married R., N., L and B., railroad to Col. Benhis fourth wlfo. His other wives all nett H. Young and others. died. Judge T. S. Canlfax, of London, Is The announcomentis made that Rev. dead, and Georgo Young will be ap(Weekly Edition of the Commercial Tribune ) Wm. Crow, Jr., of Frankfort, aud Miss pointed city judge in his stead. Grace Pilklngton, of that city, arc soon Mrs. Marvin Huffman, of Boylecoun-ty- , TEN PACES to marry. was mysteriously wounded by a TVei'Pl 9f-- A J. WEEKLY WW WJdU J. 10 JT Henry Tankelsy and Miss Delia San- mysterious explosion in a grate. ders and Thos. Humphrey and Miss "Wild Bill" Turner, u famous "bad Mattio Dennis, of Garrard county, were man," of Bell county, was shot and Send 5c in Stamps lor our 132-pa- ge Large Illustrated married Monday. killed by a miner, Will Catalogue of Premiums offered with the Weekly Commer Mrs. Laura Sichor is accused of try- Combs. ing to feed her husband arsenic in Tho Kentuckian says that Capt. cial Gazette. pumpkin pie and poisoned dumnlings, Frank Riley, proprietor of the Riley Publfshed every Tuesday morning. at Allentown, Pa. House, London, is enlarging shis hosIt has the most complete and reliable Market Reports. At Versailles, Sam Smith, of Piatt telry und will furnish it elegantly. City, Mo., 75, and Mrs. Mary Dean, 57, It is Republican to the core, but never offensive. On tho recommendation of Lieut. S. of Jacksonville, Fla., both with large P. Vestal, Capt. Thomas II. Jones, of Its departments relating to Farming, Labor, Manufacfamilies, were married. Little Rock, Ark., has been appointed turing and Legislation are of the greatest value to every Gen. Wesley Merrltt, governor gen- military Instructor in Central Univerreader. eral of the Philippines, and Miss Laura sity. family newspaper. It has ten paWilliams, of Chicago, were quietly It is an Tho Wayne county gung of countermarried In London Monday. feiters caught It as follows: Louis ges compactly filled with the most important news of the A New Vork girl, who made an un- CoHey live years und a fine of 85;Shelby world, and just what the family fireside most enjoys. successful attempt to commit suicide, Colley and Sloan Mounce three years Special inducements to club agents. Sample copies compromised by getting married. She and a fine of $. each. was determined to do something desmailed on application. Address James U. Howard, tho slayer of George Baker, Sr., in Clay eounty, has perate. John Powers und Miss Fannie Mar- for the second time been sent to tho r., .tTAifjLJbm.A.i4 4111 Clllliali. TO shall woro married at Valparaiso, Ind.. Richmond jail for until in loss than three hours after they met the Junuary term of court. each other. They had never heard of Mr. Gilbert Garrard, a promltent each other till tho day bofore. citizen of Clay county, upon whoso life Hon. Han T. Perkins, of an attempt was mado by assassins Iron Fence. Cypress Shingles. Elkton and president of tho Elkton k during the summer, has located in Guthrie railroad company, surprised London and will go Into business. his friends by marrying. The bride Fickle Miss Sadie McFuddcn, of was Mre. Mary Hitchcock, of Elkton. Win truce, Tenn., who was in Nashville After two days' courtship, J. W. getting her troiissenu to marry Law6on Wlidale, met Will Dale, of Columbia, Porier, of Florida, and Miss Ella of llopklnsvllle, were married. an old lover, and eloped with him. Metal Roofing-Mill Work. They had never hoard of each other Clint Strango wns held up London before they mot lb hours before they without ball. He killed Henry Rowland by boating his brains out with a pair of PvSS-SSt?SS2SS-23-;.woro wed. Ed P. Slbold, son of J. M. Sibold, tongs. Milt Green, white, who killed oloped to Versailles with Miss Mabel James Mulllns. colored, was refused m Bryant, a Loxlngton beauty, and mar-rlo- ball. Green walked up and shot Mul uj, her. Mr. Sibold is a clerk in llns In the bacic without warning. Norton's drug store and a vory promisb. II. Hard in, a moonshiner from ing young man. Rockcastle county, received n sentenco In tho competitive drill of the Uni- In Judge Barr's court of one year und : After receiving and getting In position our big stock for Fall and Winter form Rank, Knights of Pythias, at one day in the penitentiary nt Colum E! ready fur tlio big trado we nro sure to enjoy, we lire glad to Know that bus, O. A wife and 12 children arc at Middlosboro, Alpha Company, of won first prize; Friendship his homo dependent upon him for sup Company, of Covington, won second port, and eagorly awaiting his return, honors, and tho London Company was which Hardin confidently expected And every kind but the poor kind. We Invito you to call on us and If wo would bo Immediately after his story ;! third. pleii-you, tell others, If not tell u. SHOES. Ladles, get tlio proper too Hun A. Way, who married ono of was told to the judge. which Is brond; the vamp short. Wo can show them. Shoes for o very-bv. The Worth Is tho attractive feature. Men's Furnishing-,Postmaster Taylor's daughters, under Trouble has broken out afresh in Clay ! Trunks. rather sensational circumstances at county. Robert Lucas, u son of Mrs. Lexington several months ugo. has Lucas, who runs the Lucas Hotel, shot brought suit for divorce. He has nevor and seriously wounded Bev. White, : & . It'. The Leading Shoe anil Furnishing House, DANVILLE KY. ...u..I ...1.1. 1.1. wue anu says ne was sheriff of Clay county. Tho trouble nim ms fit intoxicated when lie married he after j "'sinated some three weeks ago, when, two days' acquaintance. She hns con - ,l is filmed, White, while intoxicated, tlnuod to make her homo in Richmond went to the hotel and mado trouble. The marriage of Miss Lucy June Sam Kash, tho republican elector in Jameson, daughtor of Dr. John Jame- li?(H, shot and seriously wounded a son, of this city, and Mr. George M. stranger, who refused to be searched Gregg, of Crawfordsville, Ind., will This adds to the excitement caused by occur at tho Christian church on Nov. tho White-Lucaffair. lilth. Paris Kentuckian. The bride is France Is In the throes of revolution. a niece of Mrs. G. C. Glvens, of this After a session of tho chamber of depcounty, and she is tho same young lady Full Courso of Study In Literature, Science, Music, Art and Elocution, under culfor whom another Indiana man killed uties that wa&j characterized by tho tured and experienced teachers greatest uproar and disorder, u vote of Special attention given to Primary and Preparatory Classes, himself last week. Call at the College and got a copy of our Now Catalogue, or write, for one to MltS. to 234. In acknowledging receipt of an invi- no confidence wns carried, 2S Brissou and other mombers of tho cab-In- NANNIK, S. SAUFLKY.' Lady Principal, Stanfoid,.Ky. tation to tho marriage of Elder Charles tendered their rolgnntions to Epperson Powell to Miss Minnlo Elizn President Faure, and it is probable Thompson, of Ocala. Fla., which is to occur Nov. 1), the Glasgow News sajs that Faure will endeavor to form a !J Rtbot-Bathministry. Apparently of the prospective groom: No minister : days of tho Third Republic are of the gospel over left here more high- the i V ly esteemed by the general public or numbered. There was groat disorder more beloved by his congregation than in the streets of Paris, which was put Elder Powell, and everybody herowlll down by cavalry and Infantry. The unite with tho News In wishing for him mob went wild with enthusiasm over all tho happiness that can possibly the fall of Brisson. come to man in the relations lie is soon HOW TO PREVENT CROUP. V to assume. We have two children who are subJ! A dispatch from Richmond says: In almost any grade, from J2 up An all woo' Mcintosh for J2. . Miss Annie Phelps, daughter of M. A. ject to attacks of croup. Whenever an Phelps, and Mr. Richard Cobb Hockcr, attack Is coming on my wife gives a prosperous young farmer of Lincoln them Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and It always prevents tho attack. It IM county, were married Wednesday is a R household necessity In this county morning, at tho home of tho bride, near town. The event was quite an and no matter what else we run out of, It would not do to bo without Chamberelaborate society alTalr. lain's Cough Remedy. More of It is We hear that Miss Floreneo Myeis sold here than of all other cough mediLong Ulsters and Storm Collars. Regular lengths in light and dark was maid of lionor and J. II. McAllster, t colors . Jr., bost man. Mrs. Richard Cobb, cines combined. J. M. NIcklo, of J. R. Bush and Dr. R. M. Phelps, who Nickle Bros., merchants, Nlcklevllle. Pa. For sale by Craig & Hockor, is a brother of tho bride, went up to see the knot tied. Mr. Rocker has Druggists, Stanford, Ky. made "Xtonslvo improvements in tho Vo haven't seen a Stanford JOL'HNAL houso on Ills farm und has a pretty for a whole week. This accounts for ;: for his homo handsome bride our having to fill up this issue with less f where they will doubtless be as happy interesting mutter. In our hour of New nud stylish, in both light colors anil black, both wool nnd silk ii, lined Prices exceedingly low, quality considered. as tho days are long. distress, Bro. Walton, don't forsako us Mr. and Mrs. Hooker will be at home that way. Richmond Climax. It Is not to their friends, Wednesdays In No- the fault of tills ollico that you do not vember. get our paper. We never fall to send It, Ed. IVIIV -r-.J--ti-- mMmmmfmmmfi mT3 rT jzj ni cJ - h; ; The Cincinnati 2-- 'l 1 Weekly CommereialGazette Eft rdTTrnO AV l 1i lUV one-legg- ed up-to-dat- e I jf safe-keepi- ng iniuucvu,, ex-ma- 4 A. C.SINB . STANFORD, Kf. Fur-guso- n, w S m "" -- "'1 rt I I VahelsThe Trade Loadstone Lou-Isvlll- o. We Have Great Values to Show You o od , m CALOWBLL & LANIER f 11 ' I 1 Stanford Female College. WILLIAM SHELTON, PRESIDENT. as Next Session Will Open September 5th. ot 1 fi 1as3&.;.;re&sre& ou I 0 1 Mac Intoshes ill ) i i 1 9. Overcoats, Short Overeoats H. 8 w 1! I 1 III J. McROBERTS. reitlre IS Till" THUS? alio ItiW ON Hut Ifhtr Ixxllro sllxlitly llu Sliu raiw It iiilcU)', ami ulio Muslie. IN TDK llLI.'l:iH)M. llt-shoulders kIimiii loiie.itli Hie lUlit", Ix)mjiii white a nil rod brushes; Her Hut II K'lieJlh hornklrt there l.v A foot, he drum It luck, r auj-bliuhes! lleriliapcly Uinta An ii'ur the hinliiK saml MIOIIK. uiitramuii-lo- l Tilt: rmlie; aro Christ Came to Chicago" he would Qnd more Germans than Americans and half as tunny Irish as cither. Tho amount of gold coin in actual circulation in tho world Is estimated by the Bank of England officials to be about 05 tons. 'If , i i i i I IIIll CO 1S9S I wlih to miles from DanTllle on the Danville and stanlord .Meier fairly ko1, Including l'"'e Dike. Improvements Lkwis, btanlord, Ky. of 7 rooms. Address It. For acres, threo Small Farm farm of Rent. a rent for t. Nov. run . DAlRY.SftV' waoa In Ut. f Willan. I ii. Stanford suburb's, and glad to furnish tlinun will, tllio milk wlm have lo buy. Orders lelt wlUi J,H 111 t,irum(it attention J. U. C.lMt.NHCll. - w. 1H f y- -' T r 9- -' - aGEo. P. Howell & Co., the skinflint advertising ngents of New York, want the country press to help them recover 23,000 putd in postage on their advertis ing scheme known ns Printers Ink. Oct. 28. 1S9S Stanford, Ky., This is the sublimity of gall from n very sublime gall factory, since this W. P. WALTON. firm has been screwing down such publications for years to starvation prices for advertising and then rating their circulation!! away below tho notch, when they refused to nccept their offers. Howell it Co. can go to hades so fara9 we aro concerned. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL - A dispatch to tho Cincinnati Enquirer from Lancaster says: A iroodly sprinkling of gold standard democrat were noticeable In tho crowd, and they expressed themselves ns well pleased s with Mr. Gilbert's address. Mr. Davl-eon'- speech was a very weak eiTort, dealing principally with Jthc Goobol bill. Mr. Gilbert will receive a rousing majority. In response to Alger's denunciation of the newspapers, which have dared to criticize his mismanagement of tho war department, the Philadelphia Ledger, a staunch republican papor says: is tho declaration of tho secretary of war, who as ollklally testified to by Gens. Sheridan, Custer. Merrill and Torbot, repeatedly fell sick when tho battle was on; who is, at best, a sordid, practical, thrifty polltlcla'n: who has so little sense of personal honor as to vlolato the sanelty of personal com munications by publishing them; who has filled tho nrmy with political ap- X DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Congress, CtEOUGB G. GlMIEIlT, The Louisville Commercial professes to believo that the unheard of before doctor, whom the republicans nomina ted for Congress in tho 'M district, will defeat John Hheu, when tho fact is the sawbones doesn't stand as much chance as Davison and that is not as much as a short tail bull in lly time. The democratic congressional committee figures on a majority of 25 in the next House, which God grant mny prove true, The republican committee concedes that their majority will be largely reduced, but says tho republicans will again organize tho body. ex-edit- 'That t The Courier-Journ- al stall corre- others. T je Union Tobacco spondent at New York thinks the situaAmerica, with a capital of 510,000,000, troops today. SCIILRY." tion at present indicates Vqn Wyck's filed a certificate of Incorporation in Up to date 2,000 claims for pensions election by at least 30,000. havo been filed by soldiers and sailors McKinley is making a great play to New York. A terrific blizzard raged in Missouri, and their dependents on account of tho capture tho great lakes country for Tuesday, war with Spain. 1030 by turning loose all sorts of money Wisconsin, Iowa and Illinois T. I). KAN BY, .Mutineer. dolnir creat damage. Snow fell a foot The Spanish pence commlsalouors for the deep water ways project. deep In Iowa. havo bcou advised that no further disThere are 115 candidates for At Marion, Robert Butler has cussion regarding the Cuban debt keeper in Grant county and the Iirnnch More nt Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Uardstown, Lswrencchtirg. fvnthl. against would be permitted. a na,Venailles Kininence, Georgetown, Klixnbethtown. rnnkfort, Mauckport, on an brought suit for S500 damages fiscal court is lnd. The Cuban debt which the Spaniards election. The place pays $500 a year. Charles Fox, because ho was bitten by the latter's dog. are trylnr to saddle upon lis amounts By coming out for the straight re The Bank of Louisvillo has offered a to $2,57 1, 122,070, and tho Interest on publican ticket, Hon. John M. Palmer Hen- it is :..t,000,000 a year. perpetrates a great joke on those chaps reward of $100 for nlng's arrest and 10 per cent, of all Col. Col. Is now in command rf who voted the Palmer and Buckner money recovered. 1800. the 1st brigade at Annlston. The pull Washington Post. ticket in We offer for ono week, only, beginngmg Cap Hatfield, the notorious murdor- - mat tins young man tias witn it:o Saturday. Oct. 29, A dispatch from Bowling Green bays ., m, ni..n 20 lb. lineit lira nil alcd bug.nr for u., cr, was ucuuiuuu ... uiiiks, i" . '.. powers that be is wonderful. that Wat Hardin spoke thero in tho Levering fine Pnrkngc Coffee nt - p Gen. Greeley, who direct- the weathforenoon Monday and Goebel in the but he is wanted in this State for sc Gilbert. Rest 2 pound package of Hulled (.)i ni another murder. is in the dump because his services er, afternoon, the latter having the largest Good, Strong Vinegnr. per gallon, at James Adams, of Falrvlew, 111., drank wero not recognized In Shatter's rcKrt - Ge.v. Breckinridge, after enjoying crowd and creating more enthusiasm. 12 quart bottles of beer on a wager and of the Santiago campaign. This Is bad Schutiinker Celebrated Flour, the IhmI In (ho Gov. McCreary has been Invited to Gov. Bradley's hospitality extended to died the following day. He drank li In when Greeley had the weather mude to world, 21 pound S.ick, nt 65c. him and other generals, expressed the make a speech at Lebanon and also to less than nn hour. Fresh Ginger Snap?, per pound, nt order. 5C. speak at a number of points in tho 10th wish that "the first republican govJsexl Sugar Corn, worth 10c, nt The total valuation of taxable propy A swindler reaped a rich hnrvest In district for Fitzpatrick, both of which ernor of Kentucky would become the Host enn Tomntoes. solid monl, at He can. 2 qt. tin buckets at li erty in Louisville, us shown by the re- the part of the Statu from which the first republican president from the he will do between now and election. (5 qt tin bucket, flc. Stop wating your money awl den' with the M. Daniel, the idol of turns of tho deputy assessors, isnpprox-- .'Id Kentucky hails by ropresentlntr that Senator John South." After a man has broken Imately $ 113,000,000. ne was one or a committee to rntsi a bread, and perhaps a bottle, with the Virginia, who is visiting his soldier tieven persons were orowneu oy mot fmj t0 gH)I)iv. that regiuit'nt with son at Lexington, says that he did not whole-soulgovernor, he Is liable to sinning oi tne uormnn oarK aa.isiuc-- i dclluucis and necessaries. LargoM retailer, of line Groceries in iho world, 50 stores in Kcntuckv feel just as Gen. Brecklrfridge did.even believe Franco and England would or " ' tlon In tho North Sea, only a boy esIndiana nud Oli'o. Maj. Gen. Butler lias written to h is not able to express himself us could afford to go to war over territory if he caping with his life. a ii no'nv.Mvx.u.KK. Alger from Havana warning 'elieitously. Gov. Bradley is a prince in Africa. Tho republcans are circulating tho Mrs. Clara Kluge, claiming to be the' him that unless come show of strength Main Street, Interior Journal Utiilding, Stanford, Ky. of entertainers and ho has entertained irca wife of the late Adolph Sutro, . peudily made, ktjv.ji ....iLi.mMMB.tr wv arn ni hi more since he went to Frankfort than report that Judge U. II. Tyo has with- contract the L nlted btatcs sueu lor a pari ci m rjpTyasyJtaif.BsJitra? 'iiir jlHStor vimiLMimESt s, any man who has filled the olllce he drawn from the congressional race in millionaire, will be compelled to fight the he 11th, butytit is a bare faced lie. estate at San Francisco. becoming bandits. holds for many a day. who are Hufus Fields, a young married man With the split in the republican ranks Tho vessels composing Ad in. In Scott county, was taxed .50 a year NOW let the W. C. T. U. rave and he has a chance to win. fleet are now dispersed to various the people imagine a vain thing. Tho Gov. McCreary's speech at Ml. for 12 years, to support a child sworn port, chiefly Cadiz, Cnrthagenu and by u young woman. Wisconsin battleship is likely to be Vernon was u vote maker for Gilbert, to him Half a million loss wai caused by fire Ferrol, with their craws reduced o a christened with beer. A brewing who, it is claimed, will carry that peace footing, tho majority of the company has offered at its own expense county. ManWjOf the appointments by in Brooklyn, four blocks on the river officers on leave and the marines to havo the bottle blown out of tho Davison have proved oilensivo and front being aUsme. A British ship; We kep "th )et" line of ashore. finest quality of glass, encased in gold driven republicans Into the democratic lying at a pior was destroyed. Gon. Breckinridge is responsible Hannah Wost and Abraham Huffman and silver corded filigree work, with a fold 'I have been a republican since ISfiO, havo been held over to the grand jury for the statement that he was relieved silver stonner and surmounted with a from command of the 1st army corps cold badge. There is to bo a gold plate but "'' lMlrt-- f,links ln tho not'ite ot at Washington Court House, Ohio, for and returned to his iOnt us inspector on the bottle, engraved with pictures decent men. If the people are willing a bloody murder committed 12 youra y general because he had displeased of the battleship and Miss Stephenson, to ul)hol(l such corruption, as many of ago. Alger by exposing the miserable AIm "llw lMt" 1'nlntH, OIK VariiMios, Lend. Colors nnd Stain. PltnSCItU'TION'S Will Bowling, 25, who killed his the lender practice, and condone their ly the sponsor. As beer is one of Wis-eiimiiouiHlMl from thu lpf' ilriigi ol.talimbU. Vor patronage- Is ulwny upnre-clut"honesty. Go( heIp tho country. grand parents in Carter county for 'condition of the army in Chlckamauga consin's biggest products, the idea doc Hint It will our eorHUnt aim to !! t n Ixf giNjiU at rvKstoiiuljIo prices. money, was given a life sentence, Park. Wanamaker. not seem to be unrea-onablGv- - Bradley has commieMonod Gov. Altgeld, of Illinois, says tho when death would Jiavo been llght Thomas Davidson, of Lexington, as We havo never seen as little interest ' Chicago peace jubilee was n shrewdly enough. & appalling" disaster has followed quartermaster of tho 1st Kentucky displayed in an election as tho one so worked political dodge, and ho esti-neAn approaching,and unless the people i mates that it was worth 25,000 votes to tho overflow of the Yellow river, In volunteer Infantry, now in Puerto Davidson succeed, Miko Sailor, awake to the importance of the result, the republicans. He scores McKinley Shantung province, China, 2,000 people p. Ht JSUajM "TT "MUwy Wuhi !' ' of Lancaster, who resigned before tho less than half a vote will be polled. The for resorting to subterfuge to make a bolni: drowned and 100,000 ruined and regiment left for Puerto Ilico, because democrats seem to bo doing nothing campaign tour. hopeless. and if the committee is at work it is, Congressman Bailey, of Texas, spoke of George Portwood, who is of a disagreement with Col. Castlcman. Friends doing it K) quietly that but few sire on to 1,500 pe'oplout Bristol, Tenn! He to hang at Lexington, Nov. 30, are Col. Cabell, of tho regular army, to it. Gentlemen, wo insist that you vigorously uttacked tho administration trying to get Gov. Bradley to commuto wasn't afraid to tell the truth and bestir yourselves. The importance of In its conduct of military camps and the sentence to llfo Imprisonment, rdiame the devil. He told the electing a democratic congressman und called tho investigation cpmtnlssion a claiming that Portwood la Insane. who aro whitewashing at of putting a quietus on republican makeshift, with ti from AnniHtou, Ala., that ho had observed a s Mlko Kuguu bought a dog-ca- t gypsies in Uaucock county. Tho ani- condition of affairs at the hospital of ln this county can not be orer. drel at Its head as chairman. Gov. Bradley is said to have declined mal is a perfect dog and cat combined. the second division of tho army corps estimated. Give Gilbert u big majority und that party will cease from troubling an Invitation from Congressman Kvans Tho body is a dog's, wbllo tho teeth, ln Juno which ho considered horrible. us for many a day. to make u speech for him in words that ears and whiskers aro perfectly cat He had seen one sick man lying in tho , burn, if not In thoughts that breathe. like. rain without tho protection of even n 1HK trouble, which threatens to and ho had been informed by 0n one occasion Evans Is said to have Wbllo being towed out to sea to bo tont-ll- y, I W li tHII r V il f b'Bl' involve England and France in war, i guld ho "had no confidence In placed in position the new stool J25.000 other olllcers that sovcral others had ' that arises from the occupation of Fashoda Bradley and would "not trust him" and lighthouse destined for Capo Ilattoras . been left In tho same way. Mule , In the Soudan by tho French, which tho governor lias been waiting for his turned over Into the sea und narrowly drivers hud been used for nurses, und ' the Lnglish think is an encroachment' chance to get even, escaped cruohlng Its towboat tender und. ho had been reliably Informed that We are out th's year with sonic now improvements. Some innnii fncturers on their territory. Active preparations imitnt many of them wero In the habit of We don't; we or'glnate. Perfect in ba'ances, light draft, force feed, The LoiilsvIlleTiinos pays the Goe-ar- c crew of 2.'J men. ivc. being made by both governments bel bill this unintended compliment: Tho supremo court holds that tho gelling drunk, and on this account and Lussia is said to be willing to give Tho coming November election is like-ai- Joint Traffic Association Is a trust, that neglecting their patients. and comfort to France. Should war y to be the fairest held In this city law Is constitutional und in the anti-truactually commence, all Europe may ,nany years. Election officers, chosen as the railroads perform duties of a Capt. Geo. Sanders, of Denver, a When you are o!lcrtda disc drll'. Others nro hn'tallon?. We were tumble to 111 become Involved before it is over, j by the county board of election com- Congress had grandson of Murtln Crow, of Danville, our orders Inst year, an J kindly askyoi t Ip'.acojj our order, with us early for the best character hen ye hear of wars and rumors of mlssloner, are said to be of a higher the power to regulate thcra. is suppose to havo been murdered in l,n earth. wurs, be ye not trouble!, for such things type than those who have Gov. Bradley telegraphed tho Pyth- - the mountains of Colorado, while In! served in must be, but tho end is not yet." HIGG-IN- S St. former elections. Inns at Mlddlesboro, asking the uniform pursuit of a murderer. THE fraraers of the constitution intended when they made the president and Congress co ordinate branches of the government that the one should be a check on the other. At no time In the history of the government has such a check been more necessary or reasons apparent why tho next Congress shouldJ bedemocratlc. The wholesale slaughter of the soldiers by criminal' mismanagement must be exposed and punished and Investigations of contracts, where by millions of tho people's money were given to favorites, made. This will not be done if McKinley succeeds in securing a republican Congress, which he Is moving heaven and earth to do. Vote to have the whole miserable business investigated and exposed vote for McKiNLEY may bo, and doubtless is good man in the church definition of a the term, but ho Is the weakest and most vacillating executive that evor occupied tho high position. His indeDax E. O'Sullivan, of cision, his inability to niako up his the Louisville Critic, is now second in mind till ho has felt tho public pulse chargo to Editor Hearst on tho New and his pottering, pusillanimous policy Journal and gets a salary of $4,0000 a with the Spanish is costing the govern- year. Dan is a gonitis and has workment 81,000,000 a day and will do so till ed himself up by energy and ability he decides what to demand with refer- to the top of tho profession. ence to tho Philippines. While ho riotism.' Judge W. S. Pkyoh Is receiving races nround the country trying to make votes to prevent a fair investiga- much favorable mention for governor. BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. tion of tho war's mismanagement, the There Is not a bettc'r and cleaner man Tho diphtheria scare has closed many army and navy is costing a round mil in the State and tho party would honor schools in Bourbon. on Itself In honoring him. lion a day, as it is bound to be kept The Pythian grand lodgo will meet a war looting pending the negotiations POLITICAL POINTS. next year in Henderson. at Paris. If McKinley had even a semNo trace of Fanny Davenport's reblance of a backbone, a commission The betting Is now So to 84 on Van puted fortuuo hns been found since her would not havo been necessary in the Wyck being New YorK's next governor. death. first place. We had Spain on the hip Congressman Pugh had a narrow An amusement hall Is to be added to made her agree to any and could have from death in a runaway accident. the Lakeland Asylum for tho Use of terras, which ought to havo been laid The court of appeals has set today, down at tho cessation of hostilities. Do for the arguments of tho Goebel elec- the patients. Sixty Japanese were drowned by the vou wisb to endorse by vote sucn a tion law test case and will have no de- sinking of the steamer Mljagula, which l spineless, undecided and hesitating ay. president? Certainly not. Then put Blackburn thinks that in collided with another vessel. A new theatre under construction at rooster over Gil- the event the next Congress is demoyour mark under the name and Help swell the demo- cratic, "Fighting" Joo Wheeler will Newport News, Vn., collapsed, killing bert's ono workman and badly Injuring six cratic majority in the next Congress.' bo speaker. to-wl- pointees; who is denounced by Gon. Miles for deceit and treachery; who, In tho1 judgment of tho country, Is responsible for much of the wretchedness, misery and suffering of tho bravo men of our army subject to his maladministration. Tho country hns already Judircd between himself and his ac WAR ECHOES, cusers, and the verdict Is ono which is wholly satisfactory to tho respectable The .Id Kentucky is soon to go to newspaper press which, happily for Cuba to do garrison duty. tho country, has those things which he It is again said that Gen. Lee will truth, courage and pat- has not, command the 7th army corps In Cuba t: rank to be present at the dedication of tho Kentucky monument at Chlcka-maugTho invitation wus referred to Gon. Wlllard, with the request that It bo accepted. The results of tho race war In Scott county, Miss., are 15 dead Negroes, ono dead white man, undone Negro and Is the talk of tho town nnd our store is always full of nlon tiling at your own p'ice. three white men seriously wouuded. Our winter goods nre going fnt nt a great sacrifice for they must bo sold. If the The Negroes under arrest have been goods mm you the prlco will suit us Wo arc not hird to plunge, for wo don't want removed from Forest to Meridan to the goods, we want cash, and tho reat ever ol low prices it tho way we fliin to gtl avoid lynching. it Wo have on hands a full line of A teirifio raco war, growing out of politic, is raging in North Carolina. Tho condition is worse In Wilmington than olsewhore. Tho republican party being in power, Negroes have been appointed to otllce in every branch of tho government service, and this has ) It is now propoed to make the human raco proof against alcohol by inoculaThat wo nte celling out at cost niul leu than cost The n to wear them Is now tion. Dr. Frederick W. d'Evolyn, of hero and now is the time for us to sell thorn, come and o St. Luke's hospital, San Francisco, emboldened the raco that it is no longer safe for ladies and young white girls to go about alone. Tho pollco havo been powerless to check tho Negroes and now they are powerless Before the 0110 you want hns been sold. to keep In check the wrath of tho white, who have organized to protect 10,000 yards Calico to sell tit 3 cents 5,000 yn.ds HooMer Cotton at 3J cent yard. their families and are well supplied Yard wid Wenched Cotton only 4 cents yard. with arms. H$ 10-UlnnkcH without end ni 4.1 mm. a. TEE GREAT DISSOLUTION SALE t 4 LADIES WRAPS son-o- ad-s- GE T FIT1 ED 4 The fith regiment, statlonud nt Fort Thomas, Ky., Is to go to San Antonio, Texas. It is said that it will require nn expenditure of S22.000.000 to put Havana in n sanitary condition. The 2d Kentucky is still shivering In camp apparently no nearer being mustered out than when they left home. Comtorts worth 75c now reduced to S rents ns long as thgy Inst1. ' 25 pieces Khyber Cloth nml wrapper good- - mini go for 7JC yard ."' h Table that sells every whom nt lfc wo sell ou at 10c ynrd . . umies ninoK nose at 4c n pair. t ' Corsets worth 50c no'w eo nt 23c Flannel Skirls worth 75c for 4lc. .' ;4 d Lndici' ' Capes at HS'c Cloak for the liable at Ci)c. IHg line of Hats nicely trimmed go for the tremendous low prfaajpf iTqc, l 25 and Oil-clot"" "" -Fur-trluunr- ISc and 7c, regular 75b nnd Lndles fleecwl lined ve.Hnt I21c. Children's nnd Mines' Union Suit 21c. Lndb' Union Suit ISc. Men's Merino Underwear at ISc per Milt. Lndlis' Walking Hats 3?c. 1 qiinllly. ' es-ca- Ex-Sena- tor Secretary Long, who is joalous of Hobson, Is said 10 have snubbod him severely, when ho was In Washington this week. Joro Martel. n Cuban general, has issued a proclamation ndvising Cubans to resist tho landing of American troops by force. This dispatch I self explanatory: "Evacuation Porto Illco completud by Company, of sailing of last detachment of Spanish CHILDREN'S SHOES, 23 CTS. Mens McIii:oii Cape Coat ns low as Jl.lS, thop M to Iioy Mclnto-- h Cnpe ConU nt f 1.25. Men's IS. rinr Worsted nnd Illnok Cheviot Suits nt only i2.)S, Hoys' Knee Pants Suit 75c. Hoys Knee Vault lUc wrih C, The Louisville Store. KILLING PRICES. 1 ik-10-V poor-hou- se dead-lock- ed 1 book-keep- er 1 1 - b 1 ed Blue Grass Grocery Co., - V iusur-gont- si?gga Cum-ara- 's Our Motto: "The Best." v ' Stationery, Perfumery, Toilet Articles and Combs and Brushes, cure-ful1 Sec-rotar- I 1 od e. I "-Jo- ' ar CRAIG HOOKER. ' M. fc. . I ' Jt white-washer- s, self-confes- scoun-elalm- , mJmJm' IH ., , d st jAlways Ask For The "Superior," McKINNBY. J seml-publ- lo ! 1 m uk - i "V yr HfSfew 7v; ' isTfr! """' iwikffii;'?' ' -- s' y,T"i liiry AND STOCK. ' ?- - II w T" 'W?!f TTry wrtarrw-- rf THE INTERIOR Stanhord, Kv., 101MAL Oct. 2S, 189S Gratea Shanks' Hkatino Stoves, Cooking Stoves nntl Money To lonn on real cstnto at , of all kinds at Warren ifel per cent. Address W. L. I Law-will- 5 UNO Attorney, Danville, Ky. I- - f car at tho dopot la TcitiCEYS. J. K. Christian k, Co., making cabinets will be here on and nftcr Nov. 1, ready to begin tho slaughter of turkeys. ... m , BuaiNKsa Manaokh. Ice of conslduniblo thickness formed E. C. Walton-Sold Oct. Mark Hardin has sold his Wednesday night and yesterday morn- grocery, good will nnd stock to those ing the mercury was down to 23. clever young men J. L. Beazley and J. Tho Kclljwo Photo lV It. It Studio Cur Is bore for a short tlmo. Cabinet Dlt. GOLDSTEIN, the optician, will bo Kevin Carter, who will run It in great . photo lo and up per doyen. at the Myers House, Tuesday, Nov. 1. shape. Mr. Hardin will continue the f platinums 12 per dozen. Call and see Soe him If your eyes need attention. dry goods department and thQ Worn lll cur unr nuiuu. . the partition. Tho loss of tt few hop amounts to Lost. Monday night, lap robo and tho cost of protecting an iroro than SOLD OUT. Cash & McClure have entire herd by feeding Dr. Haas' Hog buggy cushion, between Danvlllo and sold thoir stock of groceries, hardware, Crab Orchard, Ivy. Homody. Don't wait till losses have Stanford. Return to Hoazley Bros. itc, to Dr. J. IC, VanArsdale and son, A bunch of fooders for sale. Address or arc about to occur, but u now and get It fioni Penny's Drug Store. It Is just 10 days till tho election. Bourne, and invoicing will begin MonDemocrats should be getting a move on day. The doctor has been like a fish A. D. Root or J. S. Murphy, Jr., PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. themselves to give Gilbert 2.10 major- out of water since he sold out to the The News says Carpenter Bros., of ity In this county. above gentlemen nnd ho will feel much JuiKin J.oiks P. Dam.ky wont ovor Adair, bought 12 feeders of various better when he again assumes control. to Covington Tuesday. MAltlHAdE. James Dyehouso, nged Mr. Cash will give his entire attention oartles at .'J.OTi. of the MeKln-neMlts. JOHN L. Hkck, 20, and MUi Jennie Singleton, 21, were J. IC. Baughman, of the West End, to his farm, but Mr. McClure docs not section, Is very 111. married at Itev. Bryant's by that gensold to Mattingly & Sims, of Lebanon, yet know what he will do. MltH. G. I). Weaken is visiting Mrs. tleman yesterday. 23 mules at 8100. It. G. Hall in Somerset. DAVISON, or some of his friends, arc J. M. Bryant sold to Josh Adams and Each hat trimmed by Mrs. Kate telling the Negroes of the West End A. M. Mihb Lou HiMOiiT is down from Pence two milk cows at S2 and Your dollar's worth you can surely get it now. We have just returned from tho marDudderar adds a feather to her own. if Mlddlesboro to visit rotative. ket where we purchased another Jnrge lot of that there aro ?000,000,000 In tho treas- $30, respectively. JOE NKVll'S is back from a week's you want one, nice and stylish, just ury at Washington whteh will be disWill C. Samuels, 4,, tho right, bee us. John P. Jones. visit to relatives in Hockcustlc. bursed in the event he goes back to trotting horse breeder, died at LexingS. M. Uankin Is attending a Hnv. Every Negro born In slav ton of typhoid fever. THE Advocate is such a warm sup Congress. meeting of the Synotl at Carlisle. Robt. White, of Madison, sold to J. porter of Hon. G. G. Gilbert that It ery will be pensioned, he tells them, IHi.ti Sl'AEDtNO went to Lebanon runs his list of appointments to 8 peak a and they ure ponying up and promising W. Bales, two car loads of export catTuesday to attend tho marriage of a week or so after they have been filled. their supX)rt with tho hope of getting tle, weight 1,."00 pounds, at, 4!. friend. a pension. Tho better posted darkeys J. II. McAllster sold to John Embry y OwsA LEXINUTON paper fays cunvass was are laugh Ing at so absurd a bid for for Ncls. Morris 40 export cattle aver- From the A II. & G. Feeder House. This house is retiring from business ley Is coming there to locatu for the recommended by the republican con- their votes. and our goods were bought of them at a great s.icrifice and you get tho benefit. Wo aging about 1,400 pounds at 4.00. practice of law. gressional campaign commltteo nnd Louis Joseph bought of Parish & have many goods that you are bound to have nnd this is your opportunity to get Lewis. Mil Win. C. Lewis, of Miss MOU.li: HilOOKS, of Crab It Is being carried out faithfully in more elegant Dress Patterns, Fancy Silks, whoso Illness we told In our last Issue, Douglas, of Richmond, 170 big cattle them at wholesale prices. We open Orchnitl, spent tuvcrnl days with MUs this county. died at his home near McKinncy yes- at 4!, and from Col. Stoncr's estate, in Silk and Wool Novelties for Wnists, Black Satins, Surahs, Velvets, &c. Itemcmber Tevis Carpenter. line Dress Goods U our specialty. We open to day a big lot of Mioses', and Children's Mlt. J.G. Mantis has told to John terday in the 79th year of his age, Bourbon, ISO at 4j to 4. MISS DELL, FitLAND loft Tuesday for Sales of 75 yearlings at 4, 40 export Hats and Caps, Infant's Silk Embroidered Caps and Bonnets and something new and Collier Gooch tho mall lino between leaving a wife nearly as old and two a visit to friends in Louisville, Homierthis pluce and Klngsvlllo and will give children, Miss Lydia Lewis and Mrs. cattlo at 4.00 and several car loads of pleading In the Millinery line. When you know Mrs. Dudderar is our trimmer that Kn and other clilos. Men's and Boys' High Lace Shoes, Hunting Shoes, Tuesday. He will move Samuel Marriott. Mr. Lewis was a hogs at 3.10 to 3.20 arc reported in the is sufficient. We open Mil. H. II. HaMM, of the LouUvlllc Boots, Flannel Shirts, Dress Shirts, Hats. Caps, Ac. This is a rare opportunity to buy back to his farm near Saullcy. good man nnd tho boat of demo- Richmond Climax. Dispatch, Is bore Increasing the cir m Christian farmers have sold the bulk goods. The profits are pinched until they squeal, but they cry out for your benefit. crats. It was his boast that ho had THE engine to the Richmond train culation of that paper. of tho new crop of tobacco, mostly to never scratched a ticket, which Is ItEV. II. It. MILES went to Corinth broke down near Haydon yesterday, from So to Sl.'i. In mooting at tho and No. 2Ps engine had to go down and praise enough for any man. Peace to Clarksvllle dealers at Wednesday to aeslst canvass is being A ilia ashes. May his tribe incrensc. bring the trnln In, which delayed it 10 Methodist church there. made by the buyers. UliOWSi of Stanford minutes or more. MISS AI.A Got Caught. A gentleman, who Mrs. J. C. Johnson, of Boyle, Louisville Fomalo College, wont to THE Boyle uounty fiscal court has was at Laucaster Monday, says that daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth Lucas, ii'itf: Tuesday to spend a few days. .iT'S ap)olntod two men for each voting Davison went there that day under a bought the Lucas farm of 00 acre9 at JhssbP. COOK, of the Lexington precinct to bo pro-eon election day misapprehension, it having been re- Hustonville at $"0.10 an acre. Stock stock yarns, pont several days with and urge oaoh man to vote for the bond ported that Gilbert would be unable to and other things sold high. m his parents at Cook's Springs. Usne. an example which might be roach his appointment there. Ho did Louis Joseph, buyer for Schwartz-chil! HEN WJUltEN has been profitably followed In this county. came, not arrive till late and when he WlI.Ul! Sulzber, and who has his head manaii Davison, who hud been going around given the responsible iOsltlon of i has purchased This office Is now printing the bal- all day with his tail feathers s oread quarters In this city, Kentucky this m ger of the niuo GraM Grocery here. .i,D00 export cattlo In towns and they like a peacock, suddenly let them full Mlt. Zacic BhltlX haa closed out his lots for tho county and nnn ,., to41c. Lexington Herald. season at .111 .. ..i.. i will tra- win ruipuru auuui io.wv l......,;,t,.J and assumed u nuiiuoaiuui, A horso which had been penned up the law specifying that f0 per cent, air. "You know Davison can't speak," vel for burner hous at Knoxvillc. in the fair grounds at Nevada, Mo., MiW. W. C. Kt.l.lOTT, of Cincinnati, more ballots than there aro votors continued our Informant, "and he made for 30 days, without food or drink, was and Ml Lulu Klllott, of Washington shall bo furnished each voting place. a worse failure than Usual. He mouth- able to walk when relensed. It hod City, are glials of Mrs. John P. Jones. THE "Octoroon Stars" have r. nlco ed the platitudes of his party, reitera chewed up ull tho planking within his We can show you better goods at 2oc than you will find elsewhere. Little Josephine Gihson, who has program to present at Walton's Opera ted and rcMntciI, tillofoveneffortcolored reach. ' been with MUs Pannle Shanks for a to hold supporters got tired his Children's Union Suits, heavy quality, drop bnck to only 25c. Better The contract to furnish the governconsisting of vocal out an hour. In Gilbert's l. minutes House tonight, 2th. returned to Williamsburg and instrumental rauele, recitations, rejoinder, ho fairly ate the gray geld- ment all the seed for free distribution month, at 50c. Ladies' Vests and I'ant, twin needle stitch throughout, ing up alive and created wild enthusi- has been awarded to tho New York Wednesday. Egyptian cotton, only 2oc. Men's ribbed shirts and drawers, only 25c life pictures, skirt dancing, &c. Ad that Misses Fi.okence and DiessiK, mission only 25c. White people invited asm.' Many confidently predict Mon- Market Gardeners' Association for the Ladies' Union Suits, 35c, 50c, 75c, 51, fl.50. Grey or white. We hanGilbert will carry the county and Iniiifhturi of K. J. and J. L. Tannor, of dle only fiscal year for 70,973, and 14,- day's performance makes them surer of current buggy for whom seats wjll bo reserved. . McKlnnuy, were thrown from 23S,10S packages of seed ure to bo fur- It. l() AND COsTS.--Bab- o Hansford, ntstiod. and badly hurt. RELIGIOUS' MATTERS? James T. Shelton has sold to Green Liccie Hbajiley has accepted colored, was fined S10 and costs in Miss Donham, of Williamsburg, his farm of the agency horo of Honaker, the Lex- Judge Carson's court Wednesday for Itev. W. S. Grlnstead is holding a 260 acres, about five miles from Dan ington Florist, and will supply cut koeplng M) onts belonging to an old meeting at Gnu.. 'lowers on short notice. colored man, who had given him the The Synod of tho Southern Presby- vllle, on the Lexington turnpike, for W. I). WeatiibkkoM), who U in a money to buy whUky. Ho Is serving terian church is in session at Carlisle. 914,000 cash. J. M. Sallee has delivered exsanitarium at Philadelphia, is getting out the tno working the streets. The Heimsdorf Stock; our name on every pair. Buy of us and get tho Statistics show that 2,000,000 of the to Well three loads of extra nice porters which he sold ut 41. They along nicely hi brother, G. D. Weath-erforbest. 76,000,000 peoplo In the U. S. belong to ItomiED. Jim Cook, a colored tolephonod us yostorday. averaged 1,030 lbs. Advocate. for Boiuloy Bros., claims to have churches. Star Pointer, holder of the world's Gov. llKAOLEY appointed W. S. driverrobbed of S2 30 and a buggy rug Tho Baptist Argus, of Louisville, btwn record for pacing l:5ii, will be conItowland to bo a commissioner of tho by two men, while returning from begins Its second year with evidences signed to tho Faslg sale and disposed D. & r. Asylum at Danville, in place of Danville Tuesday. He says he was of gratifying vitality. Mr. S. V. Itowland, who resigned aftor The tomb of Mahonmied U covored of at auction in New York next month. dragged out of the buggy and whllohls Owner James A.' Murphy has become la vnars of honorable service. KK'ket were being searched, the team with diamonds, sapphires and rubies, distrusted tit the bad weather, which Miss Lillian FoiisVTHK returned ran away doing considerable damage to valued at jC2,f00,000. Saturday to her grandmothers, Mr. Itev. .1. B. Crouch will dodlcato the has prevented him from sending the Lincoln county. She was the drummer's wagon lis was driving. Baptist church ut Wallacetown, Gar game stallion successfully against the (Jivons, In records this season. accompanied by MUs Mary Forsythe. SPIT has been filed by Lawwlll A: rard county, next Sunday. F. Itold sold to Simon Welhl SO exwho remained till yostorday, when ho Tackier.' auditor's agents, against the Tho largest Bible in the world is & for manuscript Hobrew Bible in the Vati- port cattle that will average 1,500 camo back hoinu. llarrod.turg Say- Keeley at Crab Orchard, ings. pounds at I. GO. Thov aro to go from six years' buck taxes of franchise and can, weighing 320 pounds. ac1j. He also sold during the Coui'OUAL UiucKV I). White has unlUted property valued at ovor $IK)0,-0Tho handsome new Methodist church Nov. I to cepted the position of waron master for hist few du3s two Jersey cows for 5140 1. Thu taxes claimed run up Into nt Brodhead is about completed und the Second .MUstHirl. ad will mou go the thousands, but there is involved a will be dedicated at an early date. and one for $."0 und a lot of butcher Russell, of Danville, at 3Jc. Mr. South with that organlwtUon. Tho question as to whether this corixmition, The Lexington Horaid learns that stuff to month. Ho will t position jHiys SW a eu., Is subject to a fran- Rev. George O. Barnes went to Now Held refused 5310 for a speedy bay 2d like rallrouds, take with him about :w of the old York to evangelize, MUs Mario accom- mare, which he holds at a considerable Their pay chise tax. Kent' cky men as drivers. higher figure. THE itowland municipal ticket men- panying him. will be WO month. Advocate. From 500 to 1,000 cattle on the markItev. Bennio Butler, a sanctillcatlon tioned In a reoent Usue will have oppoAt Ten Per Cent. Lower Than Anybody. See Us I5cforo You Buy. et and quite a number were left over sition. Tho IndeiMHdeut Ticket has Methodist, held a meetiug in Barren LOCAL HAPPENINGS, unsold. There was quite a good demand, Ihmu plac4l in the field with T. L. county, which resulted In X additions however, and at times the market was boots. Severance ShelUin for iiollcu judge; Palestine and l." snnctifications. T:tY us for winter were iV Sons. Ground has been broken at Green-?-bur- brisk although what concessions Rogers for marshal, Frank Martin, made were usually made by sellers. A for tho new Baptist church and Tappnnd M. G. Moke rain is on tho program for William Cordior, Win. feeders brought of trustcos. At Crab Orchard the building will probably be ready for lot extra was Hull for this evening. the highest price of the 4iCi which a fourth ticket, "Tho Good Luck," dedicating by Jan. 1. brought 3t to .'Ijc; Rev. E. G. Bonn, who Is raising dav. Good heifers NEW lot of mUsos and children's with John Edmlston for police judge 3 has been entered. monuy to build a gospel loat, will sue fair to common heifers, to 3jc; good hats and caps at John P. Jones'. s, S00 to about 3Jc of Versailles, for feeders, AFTElt you have put your mark In Itev. Leo Bowman, IT snowed for two hours Wednesday, James E. Rutledge sold to Calmes Bros, Buy your Winter's Supply of Coal $:i"i.000 for having him arrested as a but the ground was so wet, it left no tho square enclosing the rooster and at fraud. about 2.0 barrels of corn at $1 3.1. his feet, cast your eye down tho ballot evidence of it. Rev. T. P. McCracken, of Laurel, Winchester Democrat. and you will see u squaro marked eshas taken tho stump for Judgo Boielng Wanted, boarders, day boarders - "Yes." A cross In that will make your Congress. It would bo much bettor pecially. Call on Mrs. Maggie J. Mar- vote count for bonds to pay for the for If he would take the pulpit for God nnd turnpikes, which a largo majority has tin, at the College. lot politics take care of itself. said must be free. They have got to Remember wo take All Kinds of Products In Exchange for Coal COMFOKTS, blankets, llannol skirts, The Cumberland Presbyterian Synod nud by doing so with bonds Judge W overshoes, to keep you warm. be paid for is In session at Henderson. gloves, tho entire expense will not be borne by was made moderator and itev. Severance fc Sons. this generation. Bo sure to vote "Yes.'' E. Settle T. N. Williams secretary. A handsome U0 ucres.ln FAUM for sale, containing Eubanks, now C. P. church was dedicated last EUliANKS. Miss Alice county. Address J. C. Flort Daviess who has been an Invalid for JO years, night, Rev. W.J. Darby, of Evansvillp, ence, Stanford, Ivy. en died at her homo near Hubble at 11. .'10 preaching the sermon. Made from pure Dr. John G. Paton's reports for the a good hunting coat, yesterday morning, aged 2.'). Her lp you want cream of tartar. hunting material or a good pair of mother, Mrs. J. W. Eubanks, was bur- past year tell of 1,102 South Sea Islandro led just a week ago this morning and ers won fromcannabalism to Christiancall on W. B. Mcltoberts. leglns 3 D since then she had prayed to join her ity. A translation of tho New Testaa food ASSESSOK BAKElt says he is half in heaven. Miss Eubanks bore her ment into unother of the island lanB w through bis work for tho year and that BiilTorlngs with groat fortitude and al- guages has been finished by Dr. Paton, u c people generally are giving in their ways looked on tho bright side, not- aud will soon bo issued. tho n property at a fair valuation. withstanding oho had been bodriddon Bad weather has Interfered with tho Alum baking powders arc the greatest of and most oi tho time helpless since she mcotlngs at the Christian church and menacers to health of the present day. THE fiscal court has had thousands was a member of tho there has only been one addition, mako Tuesday's was it child. She address published in our Its Rev. II. A. L rOWOCR CO., NtW YORK. ROYAL to the bond Issue Baptist church here, but only once ing 21, slnco last report. Issue with reference printed, attended church. After services at Northcutt continues to warn the sinner and tho necessity therefor, to tho grave at 2:110 o'clock this afternoon of thu wrath to come In eloquent and Sale o Rcnt,f and has employed W. T. Saunders B by Rev. J. B. Crouch, her remains will convincing words and the good ho has 'y t My linun and lot containing Two Acive 'shUaletl -' them over the county. If dlstrlbuto Buffalo cemetery by done here will be felt through all ou Danville Ave , Manlonl, hy. Xev roliagM'ner. in &-' you want to reduce present taxes and be laid to rest er falling well of water. Mrs. Maggie linrtou. C8 eternity. for tho issue. those of her mother. do tho honest thing, vote - A IMIOTOUHAIMI doing a big business, ut into u dozen. m Llc-min- re-ere- '' Eleven 1,000- - lb steers for sale c. Cover, Stanford. Tho United States apple crop Is the shortest on record. W. S. McGulro sold to It. L. Hubble n pair of mules for 31"0. We are now showing a great line of Shoes and foot? for Men nnd Hoys, manufacChestnuts ure selling at Si per bush' el In Adair county, tho News says. tured by Ilucll 03on and tho Forwood Mfg. Oo. Eleven two nnd ld steers for sale. Roscoc Hubble, Somerset. J. C. Lynn bought of George W. Jones a bunch of yearling cattle at $22. And get prices before makinjjyour Fall purchase. Bourbon county buyors say that the opening price fo- - turkeys on foot will three-year-o- c NEW SHOES. W. 3 i Come And See Our Line E. PERKINS. Tur-ncrsvUl- e. y ... IF YOU WANT Hosiery, well-know- well-kno- Underwear, Blankets, Gloves, &c, to-da- y fc t kI i Ca-e- HOCSE-TO-HOCS- E n m to-da- y m 11 honse-tohouf- o JOHN P. JONES. UNDERWEAR m m tmaamstim,$8Gifim nt d WDTER 1 nd 11 For Men, Women and Children. 1 V" u i 11 The Best Hosiery, i d, SEVERANCE & SONS. mmmmmMmwmmmiwMmmmi In-tft- LOOK HERE I w T K 0 I. -- Corn Harvesters, "Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, B. K. WEAREN & SON. 11 I l.OOO-jwu- nd 1.000-jound- BEFORE PRICES ADVANCE. m Baking Powder Safeguards the J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. c f SB against alum BAKINO i 3K5 5 Fpr or -- L- ' " 5J-- ;,Mi -- . .,- - :'iiy - w y bTv , 4 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL S'va.'blialiQAXia.aaiJxyB o.n.d.r'xlia.-AT- - ESTRAY HORSE. i - England, Rassia Are on the & France I .. .. mv t. ... I ci fikl. in in iiuukj at. niii. a uj.j iun Tmn old. nhatil 11 fhfttuU lilih. tluttl nil nnuiiul mul fiwik WM. MOSKU, llkeatiolins had .bUila UllUTlB Crtvk. v a!-. NOTICE. Tho farmers Hank .V Trust Co.. located at Stanford, In tho Stnto of Kentucky. Is doting up It' affairs. All creditors of mild Hunk therefore, are hereby notllled to pre-etheir elalinsagalnst said Hnnk for pay went. J. "..OWSLEY, Cashier nt FOR frood or 12 REKT-189- 9. aw- - When not nopaldSBS.CO will e charged. Msison Hotel MHS. U. D SIMPSON, Pror.. Iiucaster, table. Everything meet all trains. : Kentucky. - Newly furnished; clean beds; splcndsd Porters first-clas- s. 89 A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, 4jTTTnX Verge of WAR ! So Are We. The Lincoln Count v National Hank, of 'itiacrca of hud, good home (l rooms, large torn, apple orchard, with plenty or small Irtilt, lu Stanford. Ky., has succeeded tho Partners acres to sow In wheat, fall nil John M. Mc ll.ink it TriiHt Co.. of Stanford. Ky., and llolrti, Slaulord, or write to mo hat assumed all IU liabilities, utoets nnd T,.MiU(ili:TS. entire ImhIiii'm. Hrodhead, hy. S. II. SIIAN'KS, President. J. II. 0VSM:V, Cashier. IV) FARM FOR SALE, ,&?' Acre., well wntifvl Two dwelling house r-- ON Ar. lorn nnd hay crops fan lielamitht lvs..sliu 0lr1.11 ia .nl, i...l...A.I ll f I'll VI M. 1.(11"', ".. .V .l .IV1II( ..l ... ... ..l.U. 1 tlon. .n.l In fine Male of u.xmI rnltlfn. barn.. ort.h nl, is-l- LOUISVILLE HOTEL Louisvlllo, Ky., AMERICAN & EUROPEAN MjAXS. Gentium McVI.AItV.Monlonl, Ky. Nice Home For Sale. tit-lf1 T Stanford, Ky. Office orer McRoberts' Drug Slore In theROwsley Uulldlng. We Are Great Powers Men's, Boys' And Children's ZZZEZ!ZX9 ZSZEZJZS3ZXL 1 trill tail! t it fills m ' t evil iiiiiiiit 1t mv t.rttt.r ri ii.4M iii pike, I', miles from StanforJ. Contain The Ladit'H Itchtniirunt is the finest in I'.'H acres. Is well lmprovel anil one of the the city. Every convenience for ladle nicest place nhout town. Urecnberry spending the day in the city. 49 llrlght, Htiiuford, Ky. n'n Cafu on olllco lloor. ! Saw Mill For Sale. With I'lauer, Corn Mill. IVed Mill. He-Sa- THOMAS A. MULLIGAN, .Music DR. P. W. CARTER, Bfehtau SO ,5iW While these countries control the largest nations in the world, we control the Largest and Best Stock of !2CTCSECTCI3CC5rX35a92C2333EC2CJ ilerwltli a good fruits llmiwr. liorwe M)wer Ithi Saw, Hand Saw, See . New 12x30 Engine. Holler all In irood riititiliiifor- re Mnnnger. Tticjduv, Tb.itMil.iy and Sunday Kvuniii". tion. full particulars call on the rmr. JOS. WILLIMANN. tt Jun:lo. P. O.. Lincoln Co.. Kv. Cl-:- Uood, la rgu building, good water, and vlnyard. Good store In connecA good 'bargain for two families. For lnnnandlai're.of FIRE INSURANCE Solicits a share of the patronage of the Olllco over lllgglns Dentist, Stanford, Ky. & McKlnney's Store. com50 NOTICE. holding Lincoln County Hondt of aeries Ikvs. Sei'l. 3, to present mo to the undersigned Commit-te- e for pnviuunt. Till October IT, In )Mi-o- hereby given to all Insurance Company OF HROOKI.YN. fhmo: : munity. J AS. J.G.JytcCtyY I'. HA I LEV. (JKO. H. COOPKIt, CLOTHING jsv?svarsvwzew&v'as?sj:2tt2rs d - HMtVrVIIKLM. Committee, I Caledonian Insurance J. T. OtfV-r- STJTTTOItf, - Co., oi Scotland. KOUNDICD 1HOO. flustonvillo, and CM-- Undortulcur, lull Kentucky In Central Kentucky, at the Very Lowest Prices. Silk- Full line of Black and Blue Double-BreasteU2TDBRTAKER!;FacedSerge SuitsDon't forget our Special Sale of MEN'S SHOES. HABNBSS, SADDLERY, &C. Onr lin a nf TPin a Shirts for FiOr. 7ftn $1 arH SH inO cannot be excelled. TAKE THE Suits Cleaned and Pressed. I I countlra ttaalvaraou hand. blaavrTim lo the . of it.kti (.otHu.anJ olWeat Uicvln Catk. W R.B.MAHONY.Agt, b l. 5'.C.iUj.Man-frOr No. 511 Kr.mxmn, ky DR. R. GOLDSTEIN, fourth Axe . H. C. RUPLEY, L.ouisviUc, Will - - tx'itt the Kentucky, The Merchant Tailor, Stanfoki), Kv., cii'-l- i Myers House, Stanford, on Tuesday, Nov. 1, 1898, lleturnliigont STANFORD, KY. l.v In mould. (62) In Receiving IiIh Fall And Zjci Esanlsei aai3hs:c: ISciestiScally AiJu:to Vlntcr Goods. Goods Wnrrantcd. Kit Guaranteed. Give Him a Call. 1 e)) roinYirTCTiTTraa lttwtfu' t ktenm Rimav ((3 ' (itHMa The Globe, J. L. Prohman & Co., Telephone 136, Danville, Ky. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STA.NKOltD, KY. word for him. Democrat) ! don't sulk, ! don't be afraid to bhow your colors, A light snow fell here Wednesday. walk up like men and voto for Hon. G. lr We d Ht want to bld oar laraw ttock ol tagualln thettwk aottiat driiMtartAf inlt In.ttta phaetons an a fund ofjrto.onn The trees uro yet green. ilrwhu and lxln rife G.Gilbert. An agent of that bust of I wiUll wll my farmTill HMt.lV, In.NOV i,IimUIi (ft, tHtrUn,wlMtafasH wilt rI.ws)in 1 In to lion are ecuil by nndltttiil the lhink are torii !1 In., tbriHifh h (talemeMttuf the .uMMyon Mad. Me you from Good sidewalks arc badly needed on democratic dailies, the Louisville Dist Om Hirrow farm I', tiiiln from Maulonl. the yeaf t'r Ilia l'ltel Stale. oTeruietit and lla eH fuHowliiKprui.-rta work lroo.1 tuxn, I mk. ilojhui by oUUna; uh u for an) thin In our line atavta an rxawlnel at tlatol IIki. l.y k'0eniiutut West End of Main Street. patch' wa3 here this week assisting lln isare mule ll, I Jeror milk row II nlmiU, W.J. itMx I'AMUAUKC'S tjinrnalrf. Ky. aifrntt, thui curlB.'u.Mitluual and dect tatel to deuttltort. The SSU stamp tax was not paid in Master McICunzlo Drown, the local ImoUkhU fixMer. more or L--, ntMuurnl at th ThMnttliutfqnnrlclnally rctaMlibnl ai the 1. heap, all the fwlJer nnd all my i'armlHjc this county but in Boyle. llauk et Staiifwiil In I'M, then rerrantirr.J ai ugent, to increase his list of subscrlb waxmi, nwil barneM, itioir csar, McCuromok the National Hank of hianlofd In IM4 amlaln IHwler, Frauk J. Heed, Gen. Pass. Agt ladies of the Christian church ers. The nvrt:auael at the Klrot Natural tlauk of Slanluid Itrtni; Muvvr, Thorn, llakr. rn Ac. Pass. Agt. We hw In the trmle with I'nlU llrnnc hit ml In lift, hat bad pracUrtlly aRHHIRterniplMl rzitt. Tkhm. All turn nfjiu an. I umivr, J. II. Macon, DisGen. Nfgr will give an oyster supper Thanksgivenre for M year, It 1. ttler tuidleJ now wit! that u mtvllt of m ,Uy without lnterwt. Nrcult. otlmr RtKxl CtmlH, Aim IIhv. Corn, & W. II. McOoel, HUBBLE, hv, nolo rwraMe In lank. Ml will at t.i. t. ?hli)tuiT, Hour. Ac. Wo hIwi linnillu lit lik larilltiea for traiiMi tlnar tmtlnrwi prwmptlr and lib Charles II Rockwell Traffic Mgr ing evening. in lit (on; W WILLIAMllit I'KKKINS. nnilSuml. Hememlier vm take Par in Tro eiallythaneirr before IndUMaalt, and lionorable Tillman Houk had n narrow escape rarerr AwHinu of durlail.Driuf duet In oxelmnce. rnnmit ilolhery ll ixl .Ldtudlrldsalttolitlte.l. Virgil McClure, of Lexington, visited slipped and last Saturday. His horse attention to nil ortler. Olllco and malo Dr. Klnnlard reports UIKICTOM. fell with him nnd badly injured one relatives her,e. ntxir L. A N. iloiKit. Toletrhono No. 41. I P. KM, Lincoln Co.; J. W. Ilydn, Stanford Mias Kate Lynn Woods ery sick, but I'KIMIN A I'KNCK. S. T llarrli, ' S. II. lkmghman, ' ankle. V. S. We nlo crry Maehliiei. J S. Ilokrr, T i IIIH, tome Improved. When eight Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Williams rejoice mid Attuehmenti mid do all kltuN of W.l'. Wallon " fart W. A.'lrfbWr, " I W J. H Odller.Crah Onlt'd M. J. Miller. .Mt.Vrrnoo. over the arrival of u yoang democratic epga, 20 pounds of chickens and 10! hie, will toll piihlloly nt my farm mile friHU Huh. repairing. Ky., ou it , U.Lliuurr, Mauford. voter at their house, born Oct. 22d. pounds of turkeys can each be exchang orricaxt. ed for a barrel of corn at $1, no one 8, This is their sixth boy. JS. Horkrr, 1'rr.ldrnt. J J MciloWrl. Caialt need sutler for bread. G. A. Swlne-broad- llio i .' vr The show man, who held his nightly folljwliigjirorfTly' houliild and klleh-etnrnilrirp, rarmln; lmileHniiu, Iniliiillnj new sale here on the 10th of Novementertainments on the street for a week We linvo jK.tel our land and hereby IVerlni? Ulml.r, Mnwrr, May llake 2 - Iwirw im hhw, ral pairs oi work mule, IV) and captured most of the spare change ber promises to be the best and Inrgort tvurn all persons from ttoHiliiK on thetu un.l to k entile, I pair f fiiity I1. fur (1113 jiurHi whatever, under leuult In the community, has left for other in this community for years. Gcorgo inici, mllkiMwt, c1m Ixirri-torn Luwson has a plum tree In his yard that liuiLl, and other thlngi too ntiiiierotM ittoabock, tint law provided lit micIi Uwftt line to and from hkhi ileitis. S. II. IIAroilMA.V. T. J). NKWLAND. has produced two crops of plums this lion. Tkhm. !uiu jlO and uinlir. caih in haixl, over J. W. HACOIIMAN. A. 11. I'KNCK. ringing speech of The that, crulil tlllJan I, Vi, without lutorwt, nw K. K. PATTr.UsOX. M .". ItAt'C.ll.MAN, man James B. McCreary was listened year, and now has the third crop of tlahie note (myal.le in batik Mlfc. V. GltlMltf. S. II. SHANKS. blooms. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Swlnebroad . A. AWIM.IHIOAll. to attentively bv a largo crowd of demAll poiiHs in Michigan, J. K. UltCCIL J K LYNN. 1' M. WAKIS. J. II. McKlNNKV. ocratic voters last Monday. Ills speech havo arranged for rooms at tho Simpson A. M. lKLANH. dealt with the leading politics' issues Hotel in Lancaster, and will go there Stanford Residence For Sal reports all of Properly repub- soon. Dr. Steele Bailey of the day, but ho gave the fo Whito City S.ecial. lican hearers soma crumbs for thought John Spoonamoro's family on foot IJost Terminal Matloii, JVre only second in importance to Drugs and discussion. Tho people of Rock- nsrain, after a long illness of typhoid On IJee. 3, 1898, fever. and Medicines with us. If either are im- castle love and honor McCreary, will At 2 P.M.. on the preml, I will tell at puhllr remember his request and vote for 7A1WEB 3R0S., McKIKKSY. Tub Havana Limithd. The first auction to the hluhmt hldder my (lnlral.Jo rnl Avoiding the Tunnel. pure they fail in their purpose nnd pro- Gilbert. itenre, iiud the (troiimU theicto alladied, on American railway to announce train in Mnnfutil, Ky , nprtlto llio 1'iibllc Mrs. R. L. Thompson visited Mr. and service for the especial benollt of travel Srhnol tfrnmi.K duce unloosed for nnd undesired results. with yitnl Hn.lcar.lcn and out Mrs. W. M. Poynter last week. Mrs. to tho West Indies has been heard The liuildliwt will Hi.l lieonerwl and Our Soap-- , Cosmetics, Salves, nnd nil We have jut npetieil ii new W ugner Sleeping Cars Georgia Rice went to Louisville Mon- from. The Queen & Crescent Route the rriiiaintiitt lund. about fourvimratrlv, Inthen m rr. Ijing the earand on t lie piMpi.e.! ntrntreet by Misses Alza are announcing a fast train known as The entire iirotrly will tli.'ii lrf.o.ferwl other articles for use on the skin are of day, accompanied i a wliole, and Brown and Risse Williams. Misses the "Florida and Havana Limited." ey. that hid amuited which yield, the Iikmc mon. I mmeillatH undoubted purity and will a.ways do exof the plan' be givihillet Parlor ( are. Wagner .SIetplii3' Fannie and Florence Mullins were the It will go Into service from Cincinnati en the purchaser upou his (indiaiie with the tcrmt ol wile, which are one. third iaah, the Cur.s Prlvutu. Compartment Cari., actly as intended. guests of Miss Mary Colyer. Miss to Tampa, Jacksonville, Miami, Mobilo In li and IS iniiiillii, iiul intlalliiienlt UoucliM and Uiiiing Cars. lieurliiKiS Berda Martin visited friends hero Sun and Now Orleans. This exponent of uvidunt-e- Iit rteHt tutereet fntiu day ofwle, and WaThe line of Perfumery and Toilet Hotesiwllh perwmal xecnrlty. A lien lie Mire your tickets read via II1U FOUK day. Mrs. Will Wurd and Mrs. Goodln, aUoreUiluel for deferred paymeiiK. ter wo carry is not equnlled in the city. of Livingston, were here Monday. Dr. tho genuine American idea of getting Till pla-- l.one ofthtin.t deiralde 1hium In i: O. .McCOU.MlUK. I). li MAKTI.V, Into thp Held early will be a complete thot'lly of Stanford. Puss. Tuilliu Mer, Ueii. Pnsa. ATkt. Aim, tdfr. MAUVi:. VAI(M)N. Etc., of excellent Percy Benton and Jerry Frith, of Brod-hea- vestlbuled service, with diners, obserBrushes, Sponges, OINtiXWATI, 0. attended the speaking Monday. vation cars, wide vestibules, electric iuality. Squire Robert Brown, of Level Green, headlights, and all the paraphernalia PUBL1CSALE&RENTING was here this week. Hon. Sam Ward of the modern railroad train. It is was shaking hands with his friends chiefly to bo marked as being fifot In A. tiii: army physician says ho has dis- here Monday. Jack Adams, Jr.t has the field for tho uow territory which is ed, vxcculon of the will of John ( Hill, deceasAn o will on PTMllU from u visit to Garrard coun covered that pure olive oil taken in returned protection of just coming under the PJ November I, 1898 ternally will cure enteric fever. Twen- ty, w. T. bmltn nas inventeu an tho greatest Hag on earth. Train will BLUS 0IIASS KUSSEBIES. FALL '93. coop. Messrs. improved chicken Garwood, tell to tlnj hlli. ty eases were successfully treated with make fast time to ports named and will On tho premlww near rwKial PKNETKATHS pnHriyot wldcli lit the oil. Tho usual death rate from Kreuger, Scroggs and others went tog connect with fino steamer service to est bidder all the died pox'!Med coBili'llntlof od hrood in. res in foal to Jack. 2 r.verv thing for Orehard, Lawn ami Gar- EIGHT is 20 per cent. If this Is Danville Tuesday on business portaln-in- various ports in Cuba, Porto Rico and this disease I good GREAT STATES old hore. den, l'rult and Oriiaiueutnl Trees, HiiuIm, to tho school here. Wo have a :t )tool milk and calves, true there will be an increased demand Jamaica. It murks a new era in railUosos, Vinos, btnall Fruits. Khuharli, Ahpar-ngu- s dry cow, I yearling lulfer, handsome 6chool building, but the Kuntuckr. Tennessee. Vlrclnla, Georgia for olive oil, and American olive grow-cr- u and all btoek grown In nurxuile. Priroading in thiscountry. 'J fal hoo and tow and i,', North uuii South Carolina, About 75 barrels of corn, lit thork. ol fodder, ces reaonal)lu as .u emplov 110 agents. ought to follow the mutter with in- interest in education seems to be on the Aluliaina, Mlsnt.salnpl. corn will heiuticked and measured at Ihu hean, 'i "atalogtie ou npnih'atlou to wane. Mrs. Susan Henderson accomterest. Two carrier pigeons, with cipher ttacks of hay, ttraw stack, lot of Konrhiim in II. V HlLLKNMEYKIt, I Lexington. Ivy. (01) Telephone 270. Mru. Robert Stout, of Pendelton panied Mrs. Dr. Brown to Texas. Mrs. messaged on metallic bnnds, marked .hock,all the Cinnlni;waon, kmx1 t luiiuy and harness, liupletiicutu, vet tier with all t tio houvdiold and kitclien fiirnlrure, county, has just given birth to her McFcrran came up from Pinevillo Sun- "K. 17,013," about their legs, foil at rotilslini;iif turkeys chickens, etc lot of jioultry ' Uetweou LouNvlllo aiu' tho South. third pair of twins. She has been day to attend church. Robert Cox is Bljj Stono Gap exhausted. Peopla We will at the same time and place, if not rent, ed before rent tin farm for the jc.u lyj, Tho keeping storo In tho Brown brick, married only three years. there believe they are messengers from tinu contal a alwut lift nrcs, mostly In t'rasi, the where ho smilingly waits upon his Andree. land to ko In wheat alwut ISnctca will be scaled DAILY tiefore day of tale, the renter of farm Mug entitled HOMEOPATHIC PHYSIOIAN & Old fashions in dress may ho revived numerous customers. twO'thiids of the wheat at the Kach way between LouUvllIoand Lexington but no old fashioned medicine can Tho democrats are enthusiastic for It la Bald that the rubber tires on a to 1'enmiis wltliinir to rent the farm thresher. ou the can ill SURGEON, premises or on . replace Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera Gilbert in this section, many of the carriage add 2o per cent, to the dura- gitt'ii ou day ofeither of the undersigned. A. TUKK, 0. 1 A.. ule. - Wuahlugtou, I). O. J. O.LYNN, and Diarrhoea Remedy. For 6alo by ladles, who heard him speak at the bility of tho vehicle and decrease the W. T. TfCKLH. W. II. TAVLOE, A. O. P. A. Craig & Hocker, Druggists, Stanford. Brodhead picnic, are saying a good cost of repairs 50 per cent. Dxeeuturs, Ofllco over Ulg glut tt Mclvlnncy'g Storo. Louisville, Ky ML VERNON. -- The Popular Route to vvSTy" VZa? 1 1 Caplt&l Stcci 1103,000. Ssrphi, 815.750 . .1 PUBLIC SALE - Attention of the puMIe I. ealh-- In the faft that thli it the only Natkioal Hank la ManCurd. In iler the I'tutUWitu ol the atlwnl llank Art depotlton ate treunil Hut only lie the rapltal ttock hut hy the tlock holder.' luklfily an arueuct C HICAGO. Vice-Pre- s. Iimi4-wen- t, 1 1 n-- t NOTICE. : ien 's PUBLIC SALE 1 Thursday, Nov. xotli, lt n POSTED. rte. wac-o- n fowl-lt- i i) "Big Four Route," Toledo and Detroit. CHICAGO. Toilet Preparations Saturday, THE CYCLONE. ST. laOTJIS BOSTOIV. llm-oftu- e 111 d, Penny's Drug Store. Percales, Dress Goods, Comforts, Blankets, &c. xraw YORS. l.c-egu- nt soutUBffl Railway rs Tuesday, two-ye- Fruits, Flowers, Shade! 1 1 1 two-hors- o 1 Through Sleeping Gars DR. R. m. PH6LPS, THREE VV-- TRAINS I ""?. 1'ojjc-sjIo- Stanford, Kentucky. ,